Mid Wales South League

The Mid Wales South League is an association football league, founded in 1962, currently consisting of 14 clubs, mainly from Mid Wales but some from just over the border in England. It is currently called the Watson Financial Mid Wales League (South) for sponsorship reasons.

Mid Wales South Football League
Country Wales
Other club(s) from England
Number of teams14
Level on pyramid5
Feeder toMid Wales Football League
Promotion toMid Wales Football League
Division Two
Current championsBrecon Corries
Most championshipsBuilth Wells (10 titles)
WebsiteLeague Table

The founder members of the league were Brecon St John's, Felindre, Llandrindod Wells, Llanwrthwl, Llanwrtyd, Presteigne St. Andrew's, Rhayader Town and Whitton.[1] Felindre were the first league champions.

The league lies in the fifth level of the Welsh football league system. Teams may be promoted to the Mid Wales Football League if standards and facilities fall into line with the regulations of the Mid Wales League. There is no league directly below the South League however.

The league is sometimes written as the "Mid-Wales League (South)".

In the 2019-20 season, when the season was curtailed due to the coronavirus pandemic, Brecon Corries were champions with a 100% record of 16 wins from 16 games with 143 goals scored and just two conceded.[2] In addition to these statistics the team scored a 27-0 win at Knighton Town Reserves which was expunged from the record books following Knighton’s withdrawal from the league.

Member clubs for 2019–20 seasonEdit






  • 1990–81: Vale of Arrow (Gladestry)
  • 1991–82: Vale of Arrow (Gladestry)
  • 1992–83: Penybont United
  • 1993–84: Sennybridge
  • 1994–85: Penybont United
  • 1995–86: Vale of Arrow (Gladestry)
  • 1996–87: Newcastle on Clun
  • 1997–88: Newcastle on Clun
  • 1998–89: Sennybridge
  • 1999–2000: Sennybridge



Number of titles by winning clubsEdit

Note: 1983-84 season winners unknown.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ 1st League Table
  2. ^ "Titles for the Daffs and Corries". Shropshire Star. Retrieved 10 June 2020.
  3. ^ https://www.presteignestandrewsfc.co.uk/?p=20266
  4. ^ https://www.nonleaguematters.co.uk/nonleaguetables/lt1988-1989.html#MIDWALESS
  5. ^ https://welshfootballstatistician.weebly.com/mwsl0001.html
  6. ^ https://welshfootballstatistician.weebly.com/mwsl0405.html
  7. ^ https://www.herefordtimes.com/sport/13593682.football-hay-st-marys-lose-but-knighton-win/
  8. ^ https://www.the-citizens-choice.co.uk/yrhayader.html
  9. ^ https://midwalesfootball.wordpress.com/page/7/
  10. ^ https://welshfootballstatistician.weebly.com/mid-wales-south-league-201011.html
  11. ^ "Mid Wales League South champions Newcastle laid bare at Rhayader Town Reserves after leaving their kit at home". Ludlow & Tenbury Wells Advertiser. 8 March 2013.
  12. ^ https://welshfootballstatistician.weebly.com/mid-wales-south-league-201112.html
  13. ^ https://welshfootballstatistician.weebly.com/mid-wales-south-league-201213.html
  14. ^ https://welshfootballstatistician.weebly.com/mid-wales-south-league-201314.html
  15. ^ https://welshfootballstatistician.weebly.com/mid-wales-south-league-201415.html
  16. ^ "Rhayader crowned champions of MWL South". Powys County Times. 28 April 2016.
  17. ^ https://welshfootballstatistician.weebly.com/mid-wales-south-league-201516.html
  18. ^ https://welshfootballstatistician.weebly.com/mid-wales-south-league-201617.html
  19. ^ "Rhayader Town crowned league champions". Powys County Times. 3 May 2018.
  20. ^ https://welshfootballstatistician.weebly.com/mwsl2018.html
  21. ^ "Paul Worts' football round-up". The Brecon & Radnor Express. 17 April 2019.
  22. ^ https://welshfootballstatistician.weebly.com/mws1819.html